1997 PROGRAM

GLOBALIZATION AND DEVELOPMENT:

Search for Boundaries between Market and Other Institutions for Effective Development
Schedule:
Wednesdays:
Session One: 5:00 - 6:30 pm
Session Two: 7:00 - 8:30
Saturdays:
Session One: 9:30 - 11:00 am
Session Two: 11:30 - 1:00

October 8 (Wednesday)
1) Globalization: Integration or Disintegration (Streeten)
2) Globalization: Threat or Salvation (Id.)

October 11 (Saturday)
3) Governance of the Global Economy (Streeten)
4) Path Dependent Globalization: Is It Possible? (Okada)
・Project Discussions: Streeten and Okada

October 15 (Wednesday)
5) Developmental Impact of Accession to WTO: Case of a Socialist Developing Country (Takase)
6) Industrial Policy in a Globalized Economy (Kohama)

October 18 (Saturday)
7) For Globalization and Localization: The Challenging Role of Foreign Direct Investment in Asia and the Pacific Region (Kinoshita)
8) Financial Globalization, Global Institutions, and Development (Kagami)
・Economics Class (Uemura)

October 22 (Wednesday)
9) Regional Integration, Marketization, and Income Inequality (Sinha)
10) Globalization and Its Social Impact in Developing Countries (Clammer)

October 25 (Saturday)
11) Globalization, Regional Integration and Political Development (Buszynski)
12) Globalization and Ethnic Conflicts (Id.)
・Group B-l: Case Study by Ghaussy & Buszynski
・Economics Class (Uemura)

November 5 (Wednesday)
13) Globalization and Social Systems of Production (Hollingsworth)
14) Globalization, National Systems of Innovation, and International Competitiveness (Id.)

November 7 (Friday)
Reception 4:00 p.m.
Inaugural Speech (5:00 p.m.)
Mr. Jean-Michel SEVERINO,
Vice President for East Asia & the Pacific Region, The World Bank

November 8 (Saturday)
15) Global Technology Market and Development (Goldman)
16) Globalization and National Technology Systems for Development (Id.)
・Group A-1: Case Study by Ichikawa & Goldman
・Group C-1: Case Study by Clammer & Hollingsworth

November 12 (Wednesday)
17) Globalization, Islamic Religion, and Development (Salleh)
18) Globalization and Islamic Development Management (Id.)

November 15 (Saturday)
19) Globalization from African Perspective (Inukai)
20) Nature of Transitory Economy in Africa (Id.)
・Group B-2: Case Study by Ghaussy and Salleh

November 19 (Wednesday)
21) Market-friendly Public Sector Management and Poverty in Developing Countries: I. General Issues and Employment Policies (Lipton)
22) Id. II. The Application to Rural Credit Policies (Id.)

November 22 (Saturday)
23) Environmental Issues in a Global Era (Nickum)
24) Institutional Change Meets Path Dependency: the Globalization and Particularization of Environmental Governance (Id.)
・Group A-2: Case Study by Ichikawa and Lipton
・Group C-2: Case Study by Clammer and Nickum

November 26 (Wednesday)
25) Economic Reforms, Privatization and Economic Development for the Economies in the Former Soviet Union and Eastern Europe (Gemma)
26) Industrial Policies, SOE’s Reform and Industrialization in China and Vietnam (Kuchiki)

November 29 (Saturday)
27) Managing Official Development Aid with Market-type Mechanisms (Goto)
28) Private Company’s Participation for the Development of Telecommunication Infastructure: A Case Study of NTT in an Asian Country (Anan)

December 3 (Wednesday):5:00 p.m.
Panel Discussion "Globalization and Development Cooperation"
Panelists:
・Mr. Kimio FUJITA (Chairperson) President, JICA
・H.E. Mr. S. K. CHEMAI Ambassador of the Republic of Kenya to Japan
・Mr. Masahiko HORIE Director of Aid Policy Division, Economic Cooperation Bureau, Ministry of Foreign Affairs
・Prof. Hiroya ICHIKAWA Director, Institute of Comparative Culture, Sophia University

Case Studies

Group A:
"Globalization of Market and Economic Development" Ichikawa (Coordinator), Goldman, Lipton
Group B:
"Globalization and Political Development" Ghaussy (Coordinator), Buszynski, Salleh
Group C:
"Globalization, Environment, and Social Development " Clammer (Coordinator), Hollingsworth, Nickum

Paper Deadline : January 21 (Wednesday)
Student Presentations : January 30 (Friday) and 31 (Saturday)

Faculty

Dr. Yoshitaka OKADA,
ADMP Chairman: Professor of Sociology & Business, Sophia University

Mr. Shuhei ANAN, Director, Asia Business Development, NTT International Affairs Headquarters
Prof. Leszek BUSZYNSKI, Associate Professor, International University of Japan
Prof. John CLAMMER, Professor of Sociology, Sophia University
Prof. Masahiko GEMMA, School of Social Sciences,Waseda University
Prof. Saadollah GHAUSSY, Professor of Political Science, Sophia University
Mr. Melvin GOLDMAN, Senior Industrial Specialist, The World Bank
Mr. Kazumi GOTO, Managing Director, Research Institute of Development Assistance, OECF
Prof. Rogers HOLLINGSWORTH, Professor of Sociology, Industrial Relations, and History; Chairman, Program in Comparative History, University of Wisconsin-Madison (USA)
Prof. Hiroya ICHIKAWA, Professor; Director of Institute of Comparative Culture, Sophia University
Prof. Ichiro INUKAI, Professor, Graduate School of International Relations, International University of Japan
Prof. Nobumitsu KAGAMI, Professor of International Business, Sophia University
Dr. Toshihiko KINOSHITA, Special Research Advisor, Research Institute for International Investment and Development, The Ex-Im Bank of Japan; Lecturer, Faculty of Economics, Osaka Univ.
Dr. Akifumi KUCHIKI, Senior Research Fellow, Institute of Developing Economies
Prof. Michael LIPTON, Professor of Development Economics, School of African and Asian Studies, University of Sussex (UK)
Prof. Sadao NAGAOKA, Professor of Management and Economics, Institute of Innovation Research, Hitotsubashi University Dr. James E. NICKUM, Research Fellow, Graduate School of Arts & Sciences, University of Tokyo
Prof. Muhammad Syukri SALLEH, Associate Professor & Director, Islamic Development Management Project, School of Social Sciences, Universiti Sains Malaysia (Malaysia)
Prof. Radha SINHA, Professor of Economics, Sophia University, Professor Emeritus, Glasgow University
Prof. Paul STREETEN, Emeritus Professor, Boston University (USA)
Prof. Tamotsu TAKASE, Professor, School of Law Tokai University
Prof. Kazushi UEMURA, Professor of Economics, Sophia University